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O brasileiro Bernardo Paz na lista dos Top 200 – Colecionadores de Arte

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Quem são os compradores de arte mais ativos do mundo? A revista ARTnews divulgou o Top 200 dos colecionadores de arte (200 Top Collectors). A partir de uma pesquisa com colecionadores, leiloeiros, diretores de museus, curadores e assessores, a publicação elaborou a lista.

O elenco de colecionadores conta com 22 novas incorporações entre os colecionadores que mais dinheiro investiram em arte em 2011.

De acordo com a publicação os dez maiores colecionadores do mundo seriam:

 1. Hélène e Bernard Amault (Paris)

2. Debra e Leon Black (Nova York)

3. Edythe L. E Eli Broad (Los Ângeles)

4. Pierre Chen (Taipei, Taiwan)

5. Alexandra e Steven A. Cohen (Greenwich, Connecticut)

6. Jo Carole e Ronald S. Lauder (Nova York)

7. Dimitri Mavromatis (Paris)

8. Philip S. Niarchos (Saint Moritz, Suiça)

9. François Pinault (Paris)

10. Al Mayassa bit Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani (Doha)

 

O colecionismo da arte contemporânea é o preferido pela maioria (84% dos incluídos na lista). Embora exista um número considerável de colecionadores na Ásia, Rússia e América Latina, 97 dos 200 vivem nos Estados Unidos. Da América Latina, destacam-se María Asunción Aramburuzaba (Cidade do México), Patricia Phelps de Cisneros e Gustavo A. Cisneros (Caracas, Venezuela), Eduardo F. Constantini (Buenos Aires, Argentina), Carlos Slim Helú (Cidade do México).

Do Brasil, aparece na lista Bernardo Braz (Brumadinho, Minas Gerais).

Bernardo Paz é empresário siderúrgico e considerado um dos maiores colecionadores de arte do país. É o criador do Centro de Arte Contemporânea de Inhotim (Minas Gerais), um museu de arte contemporânea a céu aberto. No ano passado, Paz ocupava o 132º posto no ranking. Agora configura como o 128º colecionador que mais investe em compra de obras de arte.

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Shelley Fox Aarons and Philip E. Aarons
New York
Real estate
Contemporary art

Roman Abramovich and Dasha Zhukova
Moscow
Steel, mining, investments, and professional soccer
(Chelsea Football Club)
Modern and
contemporary art

Paul Allen
Seattle
Computer software and sports franchises
Impressionism; Old Masters; modern and contemporary art

María Asunción Aramburuzabala
Mexico City
Beverages and investments
Modern and contemporary art

Plácido Arango
Valdemorillo (Madrid), Spain
Retail
Spanish Old Masters; modern and contemporary art

Hélène and Bernard Arnault
Paris
Luxury goods (LVMH)
Contemporary art

Laura and John Arnold
Houston
Hedge fund
Postwar and contemporary art

Hans Rasmus Astrup
Oslo
Shipping- and finance-related activities
Contemporary art

Maria Baibakova and Oleg Baybakov
Moscow
Inheritance and mining industries
Contemporary art

Cristina and Thomas W. Bechtler-Lanfranconi
Küsnacht, Switzerland
Investments and real estate
Contemporary art; photography

Maria and William Bell Jr.
Los Angeles
Television production
Modern and contemporary art

Debra and Leon Black
New York
Investment banking
Old Masters; Impressionism; modern painting; Chinese sculpture; contemporary art

Nelson Blitz Jr. and Catherine Woodard
New York and Rye, New York
Hvac mechanical contracting
German Expressionism; modern and contemporary art; Wiener Werkstätte metalwork and furniture

Neil G. Bluhm
Chicago
Real estate
Postwar and contemporary art

Christian Boros
Berlin and Wuppertal, Germany
Advertising; communication; publishing
Contemporary art

Frances Bowes
San Francisco and Sonoma, California; New York
Investments
Contemporary art

Irma and Norman Braman
Miami Beach
Automobile dealerships
Modern and contemporary art

Udo Brandhorst
Munich
Insurance
Postwar and contemporary art

Peter M. Brant
Greenwich, Connecticut
Newsprint manufacturing
Contemporary art; design; furniture

Edythe L. and Eli Broad
Los Angeles
Financial services and housing development (retired)
Contemporary art

Bettina and Donald L. Bryant Jr.
New York; Napa and Indian Wells, California
Executive and employee benefits, wine-making (Bryant Family Vineyard)
Old Masters; American masters of the second half of the 20th century; Abstract Expressionism, especially de Kooning

Melva Bucksbaum and Raymond Learsy
Colorado; Connecticut; New York
Inheritance (shopping malls) and commodities trading
Contemporary art

Frieder Burda
Baden-Baden, Germany
Publishing
Modern and
contemporary art

Monique and Max Burger
Hong Kong
Investments
Post-1990s art

Joop van Caldenborgh
Wassenaar, the Netherlands
Chemical industry (Caldic)
Modern and contemporary art, especially Conceptual; photography; sculpture

Mickey Cartin
New York
Investments
Late medieval and Early Renaissance painting; 20th-century painting; emerging artists; illuminated manuscripts

Pierre Chen
Taipei, Taiwan
Electronics
Modern and contemporary art

Halit Cingillioglu
Istanbul
Banking
Impressionism; postwar, modern, and contemporary art

Ella Fontanals Cisneros
Miami; Madrid; Gstaad, Switzerland
Investments, real estate, and telecommunications
Contemporary art, video, and photography, with an emphasis on architecture and historical geometric abstraction from Latin America

Patricia Phelps de Cisneros and Gustavo A. Cisneros
Caracas, Venezuela; Dominican Republic; New York
Media, entertainment, telecommunications, consumer products, travel resorts
Modern and contemporary Latin American art;19th-century traveler artists to Latin America; colonial art and objects from Latin America; Amazonian ethnographic objects

Alexandra and Steven A. Cohen Greenwich, Connecticut
Hedge fund
Impressionism; modern and contemporary art

Cherryl and Frank Cohen Manchester, England
Home-improvement stores
Contemporary art; modern British art

Eduardo F. Costantini Buenos Aires
Asset management and real estate
Modern and contemporary Latin American art

Rosa and Carlos de la Cruz Key Biscayne, Florida
Coca-Cola bottling in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean
Contemporary art

Dimitris Daskalopoulos Athens
Financial services and investment company (Damma Holdings SA)
Contemporary art, especially large-scale installations; sculpture, drawings, collage, film, and video

Hélène and Michel Alexandre David-Weill Paris and Cap d’Antibes, France; New York
Banking
17th-, 18th-, and 19th-century French painting

Philippe Decelle Brussels
Construction
Plastic design, especially Pop furniture made between 1960 and 1973

Beth Rudin DeWoody New York and Southampton, New York; West Palm Beach, Florida
Real estate
Modern and contemporary art

Ulla Dreyfus-Best Binningen and Gstaad, Switzerland
Inheritance
Old Master painting and drawings; Mannerism; Symbolism; Surrealism; contemporary art

Glenn Dubin New York
Asset Management
Modern and contemporary art

Barney Ebsworth Seattle
Cruise ships and luxury travel (Intrav)
20th-century American art;
Old Masters

Stefan T. Edlis and H. Gael Neeson Chicago; Aspen, Colorado
Plastics manufacturing (retired)
Postwar and contemporary art

Caryl and Israel Englander New York
Hedge fund
Contemporary art

Agnes and Karlheinz Essl Vienna and Klosterneuburg, Austria
Retail (bauMax)
Contemporary art, especially Austrian and German painting

Harald Falckenberg Hamburg, Germany
Law practice and filling-station equipment
Contemporary German and American art

Frank J. Fertitta III and Lorenzo Fertitta Las Vegas
Casinos (Station Casinos) and professional fighting (Ultimate Fighting Championship)
Modern and contemporary art

Daniel Filipacchi Paris; New York
Publishing
Modern art, especially Surrealism

Aaron I. Fleischman Miami Beach
Law and investments
Modern and contemporary art

Maxine and Stuart Frankel Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
Real estate
Minimalism; abstract art; ceramics; new-media art

Amanda and Glenn R. Fuhrman New York
Investments (MSD Capital)
Contemporary art

Soichiro Fukutake Okayama, Japan
Publishing
Impressionism;
contemporary art

Antoine de Galbert Paris
Inheritance
Primitive art;
contemporary art

Danielle and David Ganek  New York
Hedge fund
Contemporary art and photography

Princess Gloria von Thurn und Taxis Regensburg, Germany
Inheritance and investments
Contemporary art

Ingvild Goetz Munich
Inheritance (mail-order retail)
Contemporary art

Carol and Arthur Goldberg New York
Investment banking (retired)
Contemporary art

Noam Gottesman New York
Hedge fund
Postwar and contemporary art

Laurence Graff Gstaad, Switzerland
Jewelry
Modern and contemporary art

Grässlin family Saint Georgen, Germany
Manufacturing
Contemporary art, especially German, Austrian, and American

Esther Grether Basel, Switzerland
Pharmaceuticals and cosmetics distribution
Modern and contemporary art

Anne and Kenneth C. Griffin Chicago
Hedge fund
Post-Impressionism

Florence and Daniel Guerlain Paris
Inheritance (perfume)
Contemporary art, especially drawing

Agnes Gund New York; Peninsula, Ohio; Kent, Connecticut
Inheritance
Modern and contemporary art

Nathalie and Charles de Gunzburg New York
Investments
Postwar and contemporary art

Francesca von Habsburg Vienna
Inheritance
Contemporary art

Mania and Bernhard Hahnloser Bern, Switzerland
Inheritance, government
Post-Impressionism; Surrealism; contemporary art

Margrit and Paul Hahnloser Zurich
Inheritance, surgeon
Post-Impressionism; contemporary art

Christine and Andrew Hall Westport, Connecticut
Commodities trading
Contemporary art, especially German

Diane and Bruce Halle Arizona; Colorado
Tires (discount tire company)
Latin American art; contemporary sculpture

Prince Hans-Adam II von und zu Liechtenstein Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Inheritance
Old Masters

Barbara and Axel Haubrok Berlin
Consulting
Contemporary art, especially installations

Elizabeth and Richard Hedreen Seattle
Real estate
Modern and contemporary art

Ydessa Hendeles Toronto
Investments
Contemporary art; photography

Annick and Anton Herbert Ghent, Belgium
Textile machinery
Contemporary art, especially Conceptual art, Minimalism, arte povera, and 1980s

Donald Hess Liebefeld-Bern, Switzerland
Vineyards and properties
International contemporary art

Janine and J. Tomilson Hill New York
Investment banking
Postwar American and European art; Renaissance bronzes

Damien Hirst London and Devon, England; Mexico
Artist
Modern and contemporary art

Erika Hoffmann Berlin
Fashion and real estate
Contemporary art

Susan and Michael Hort New York; New Jersey
Printing
Contemporary art

Frank Huang Taipei, Taiwan
Computer hardware
Chinese porcelain; Impressionist and modern painting

Dakis Joannou Athens
Construction
Contemporary art

Edward “Ned” Johnson III Boston
Finance (Fidelity Investments)
19th- and 20th-century American painting, furniture, and decorative arts; Asian art and ceramics

Hugo Jung Aachen, Germany
Medical practice (retired)
Postwar and contemporary art

Nasser David Khalili London
Real estate and investments
Islamic art; Japanese art of the Meiji period; Swedish textiles; Spanish damascened metalwork; enamels of the world

Kim Chang-Il Cheonan, South Korea
Property development, retail, and transportation
Contemporary art

Suna and Inan Kiraç Istanbul
Industry (KoÇ Holding, KiraÇa Holding)
Orientalist painting; Anatolian weights and measures; Kütahya tiles and ceramics

Alison and Peter W. Klein Eberdingen-Nussdorf, Germany
Real estate (Peter Klein Real Estate)
Contemporary painting and photography; Aboriginal art

Jeanne and Michael L. Klein Austin, Texas; Santa Fe
Oil and gas exploration and production
Postwar and contemporary art

Uli Knecht Stuttgart, Germany
Fashion design and retail
Contemporary art, especially Pop and German art

Alicia Koplowitz Madrid
Real estate and investments
Old Masters; modern art

Jill and Peter Kraus New York and Dutchess County, New York
Investment management
Contemporary art

Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravis New York; Vail, Colorado
Finance and investments
Modern and contemporary art; French furniture

Pierre Lagrange London
Hedge fund
Postwar and contemporary art

Barbara and Jon Landau New York
Entertainment
Renaissance painting and sculpture; 19th-century French and English painting

Emily Fisher Landau New York; Palm Beach, Florida
Real estate
Contemporary American art

Joseph Lau Hong Kong
Real estate
Modern and contemporary art, especially Warhol

Jo Carole and Ronald S. Lauder New York and Wainscott, New York; Washington, D.C.; Palm Beach, Florida; Paris
Cosmetics (the EstÉe Lauder companies inc.)
Late-19th- and early-20th-century art, especially German and Austrian; decorative art; medieval art; arms and armor

Barbara Lee Cambridge, Massachusetts
Investments
Contemporary art by women

Thomas H. Lee and Ann Tenenbaum New York and East Hampton, New York; Lincoln, Massachusetts; Palm Beach, Florida
Investment banking
Modern and contemporary art; photography

Liz and Eric Lefkofsky Glencoe, Illinois
Venture investments
Contemporary art

Barbara and Aaron Levine Washington, D.C.
Law practice
Conceptual art

Joe Lewis Nassau, the Bahamas
Finance, investments, and currency trading
Modern art

Mimi and Filiep Libeert  Kortrijk, Belgium
Textiles
Contemporary art

Adam Lindemann and Amalia Dayan New York
Private investments
Contemporary art; African art; 20th-century design

Andrew Lloyd Webber London and Berkshire, England
Entertainment
18th-, 19th-, and 20th-century British and American painting, especially Pre-Raphaelite; German Expressionism

Margaret Munzer Loeb and Daniel S. Loeb New York and East Hampton, New York
Hedge fund
Postwar and contemporary art; feminist art

Eugenio López Alonso Mexico City; Los Angeles
Beverages (Jumex)
Contemporary art

Ninah and Michael Lynne New York
Film production (Unique Features)
Contemporary art

Susan and John Magnier County Tipperary, Ireland; Geneva; Marbella, Spain; Barbados
Horse breeding and investments
18th-century British painting; 20th-century Irish art; equestrian art; modern art

Nancy and Robert Magoon Aspen, Colorado
Medical practice and real estate
Contemporary art

Sherry and Joel Mallin New York and Pound Ridge, New York
Investments
Modern and contemporary art, especially sculpture

Martin Z. Margulies Key Biscayne, Florida
Real-estate development
Modern and contemporary art; photography and video

Donald B. Marron New York
Private equity
Modern and contemporary art

David Martinez London; New York
Investment management (Fintech Advisory)
Modern and contemporary art

Dinos Martinos Piraeus, Greece
Shipping
Antiquities; modern and contemporary art; icons

Susan and Larry Marx Aspen, Colorado; Marina del Rey, California
Investments and real estate (retired)
Postwar and contemporary art, especially Abstract Expressionism and works on paper

Dimitri Mavromatis Paris
Investment banking and asset management
Postwar and modern art

Gabrielle and Werner Merzbacher Zurich
Fur trading and finance
20th-century art, especially Fauvism and German Expressionism

Julie and Edward J. Minskoff New York
Real estate
Postwar, Pop, and contemporary American and European art

Pamela and Jarl Mohn Los Angeles
Venture capital
Minimalism; Light and Space art; emerging L.A. artists

Victoria and Samuel I. Newhouse Jr. New York
Publishing
Modern and contemporary art

Philip S. Niarchos Saint Moritz, Switzerland
Shipping and finance
Old Masters; Impressionism; modern and contemporary art

Maja Oeri and Hans U. Bodenmann Basel, Switzerland
Inheritance (pharmaceuticals)
Contemporary art

Thomas Olbricht Berlin and Essen, Germany
Inheritance (beauty products), medical practice, and investments
Modern and contemporary art; Wunderkammer objects

Rose-Marie and Eijk van Otterloo Naples, Florida
Investment fund
Dutch and Flemish Old Master painting

Ovitz family Los Angeles
Entertainment, finance, and investments
Contemporary art; Ming furniture; modern painting; African art

Mary and John Pappajohn
Des Moines, Iowa; New York
Venture capital
Modern and contemporary art

Bernardo Paz Brumadinho, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Mining
Contemporary art

Marsha and Jeffrey Perelman Wynnewood, Pennsylvania
Dental and gardening equipment
Postwar and contemporary art

Amy and John Phelan New York; Aspen, Colorado
Investments (MSD Capital)
Contemporary art

François Pinault Paris
Luxury goods (PPR) and auctions (Christie’s)
Contemporary art

Victor Pinchuk Kiev, Ukraine
Investment Advisory group (EastOne Group)
Contemporary art

Ron Pizzuti Orlando, Florida; New York; Columbus, Ohio
Real-estate development (The Pizzuti Companies)
Modern and contemporary art and design

Heather and Tony Podesta Washington, D.C.; Falls Church, Virginia
Lobbying
Contemporary photography, sculpture, and painting

Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli Milan
Fashion
Contemporary art

Véronique and Louis-Antoine Prat Paris
Inheritance (manufacturing)
17th-, 18th-, and 19th-century French drawings

Lisa S. and John A. Pritzker San Francisco
Hotels and investments
Photography

Emily Rauh Pulitzer Saint Louis
Inheritance (media)
Cubism; Abstract Expressionism;
contemporary art

Cindy and Howard Rachofsky Dallas
Investments
Contemporary and postwar American and European art; postwar Japanese art

Emily and Mitchell Rales Potomac, Maryland; New York
Tool industry
Modern and contemporary art

Steven Rales Washington, D.C.
Tool industry
Impressionism; modern and contemporary art

Louise and Leonard Riggio New York and Bridgehampton, New York
Retail (Barnes & Noble)
Modern and contemporary art

Ellen and Michael Ringier Zurich
Publishing
Contemporary art; Russian avant-garde art

Inge Rodenstock Grünewald, Germany
Inheritance
Contemporary German, American, and British art

Deedie and Rusty Rose Dallas
Investments
Contemporary European, American, and Latin American art

Aby J. Rosen New York and Southampton, New York
Real estate
Modern and contemporary art; contemporary photography

Eric de Rothschild Paris and Pauillac, France
Banking
Old Masters; modern and contemporary art

Mera and Donald Rubell Miami; Washington, D.C.
Medical practice (retired), education, real estate, and hotels; own public contemporary-art foundation
Contemporary art

Betty and Isaac Rudman Dominican Republic
Imports and manufacturing (home appliances)
Latin American art; numismatics; pre-Columbian art

Dmitry Rybolovlev Moscow
Fertilizer
19th- and 20th-century painting

Charles Saatchi London
Advertising
International contemporary art

Lily Safra Geneva
Inheritance
19th- and 20th-century art

Sainsbury family London
Supermarkets
Impressionism; modern and contemporary art

Jeannette and Martijn Sanders Aerdenhout, the Netherlands
Orchestra management (Concertgebouw)
Post-1980s American and European art

Marieke and Pieter Sanders Jr. Haarlem, the Netherlands
Corporate-law practice
Dutch art; sculpture; contemporary American and European art

Fayez Sarofim Houston
Investment counseling
Modern and contemporary art; Coptic art; 19th-century American art; Old Masters

Louisa Stude Sarofim Houston; Santa Fe
Investments
Modern and contemporary art and works on paper

Tatsumi Sato Hiroshima, Japan
Manufacturing (radiators)
Contemporary art; primitive art; antique textiles

Denise and Andrew M. Saul New York and Katonah, New York
Retail and investments
Modern and contemporary art, especially postwar American; Chinese bronzes

Ute and Rudolf Scharpff Stuttgart, Germany
Management
Postwar and contemporary art

Christiane Schaufler-Münch and Peter Schaufler Sindelfingen, Germany
Industry (refrigeration compressors)
Postwar and contemporary art

Chara Schreyer San Francisco and Los Angeles
Real estate
Modern and contemporary art, photography, and sculpture

Helen and Charles Schwab San Francisco and Atherton, California
Investment firm
Modern and contemporary art

Marianne and Alan Schwartz Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
Law practice
Old Masters; modern prints

Lenore and Adam Sender Miami; New York
Financial services
Contemporary art

Mary and Jon Shirley Medina, Washington; Kapalua, Hawaii
Computer software (retired)
Modern and contemporary art

Uli Sigg Mauensee, Switzerland
Media (Ringier Group)
Contemporary art, especially Asian

Peter Simon London
Retail (Monsoon)
Contemporary art

Carlos Slim Helú Mexico City
Telecommunications, finance, and retail
Old Masters; pre-Columbian and colonial Mexican art; modern art, especially Rodin

Eric Smidt Los Angeles
Tools
New York School; contemporary art

Jerry I. Speyer and Katherine G. Farley New York
Real estate
Contemporary art

Blema and Arnold Steinberg Montreal; New York
Education (chancellor of McGill University)
Modern and contemporary art;Chinese antiquities

Judy and Michael H. Steinhardt New York and Mount Kisco, New York
Investment firm
Classical antiquities; modern art, especially drawings; Judaica; Peruvian feathered textiles

Gayle and Paul Stoffel Dallas; Palm Springs, California; Aspen, Colorado
Investments
Contemporary art

Norah and Norman Stone San Francisco and Napa Valley, California
Psychology, law practice, and private investments
Contemporary art

Julia Stoschek Düsseldorf, Germany
Industry (automotive accessories)
Contemporary art, especially film, video, and new media

Iris and Matthew Strauss
Rancho Sante Fe, California
Private real-estate investments (M. C. Strauss Company)
Contemporary art

Sylvia and Ulrich Ströher Darmstadt, Germany
Inheritance (beauty products)
German abstract postwar art; contemporary German painting

Lisa and Steven Tananbaum Westchester, New York; Palm Beach, Florida
Asset management
Postwar and contemporary art

Toby and Joey Tanenbaum Toronto; Naples, Florida
Real estate and hydroelectric power
African art; naive art;
Mayan art

Benedikt Taschen Cologne, Germany
Publishing
Contemporary art, especially American, German, and British

Budi Tek Shanghai; Jakarta, Indonesia
Integrated poultry and processed-food business
International contemporary art, especially Chinese and Western

Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani Doha, Qatar
Inheritance
Modern and contemporary art

David Thomson Toronto
Media
Old Masters; modern and contemporary art

Jane and Robert Toll Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Luxury homes (Toll Brothers Inc.)
French Impressionism; American art

Robbi and Bruce E. Toll Rydal, Pennsylvania
Luxury homes (Toll Brothers Inc.)
Elizabethan and Jacobean painting; Impressionism; Post-Impressionism; 20th-century sculpture; American art

Myriam and Guy Ullens Verbier, Switzerland; Ohain, Belgium
Industry, including refined sugar
Contemporary Chinese art

Dean Valentine Beverly Hills, California
Media entrepreneur
Contemporary art

Walter Vanhaerents Brussels
Real estate and construction
Contemporary art

Edith and Mark Vanmoerkerke Oostende, Belgium
Real estate
Contemporary European and American art

Barbara and John Vogelstein New York
Private equity
Modern and contemporary art

Alice Walton Fort Worth
Inheritance (Wal-Mart)
American art; contemporary art

Jutta and Siegfried Weishaupt Ulm, Germany
Industry (fuel technology)
Postwar and contemporary art, especially Abstract Expressionism, Zero, and Pop

Alain Wertheimer Paris; New York
Luxury goods (Chanel)
Modern art

Abigail and Leslie H. Wexner Columbus, Ohio
Retail (limited brands)
Modern and contemporary art; British sporting pictures

Reinhold Würth Niedernhall, Germany; Salzburg, Austria
Industry (hardware)
Medieval art; postwar and contemporary art

Stephen A. Wynn Las Vegas
Casino resorts
French Impressionism; modern and contemporary art

Tadashi Yanai Yamaguchi City, Japan
Fashion retailing (Uniqlo)
Modern and contemporary art

Wang Wei and Liu Yiqian Shanghai
Investments
Ancient and contemporary Chinese art

Anita and Poju Zabludowicz London
Technology and real estate
Contemporary art

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